Odds and Ends

Trellis Tomatoes

Here’s a picture of one of my tomato plants (don’t remember the variety) that I planted in a cage next to a trellis.  The thing has grown above the 8-foot trellis!  This usually happens when a high-nitrogen fertilizer is used, but only bokashi and compost were used on this plant.  It is also putting out plenty of tomatoes, too!

I buried another bucket of finished bokashi in my compost heap and it’s heating up well.  I have some beets, Swiss chard, and a couple of other seeds started for a fall garden and have been thinning them with a pair of scissors, instead of pulling them.  Here is my artwork.

This was done with oil pastels on card stock.

Touch Picnic

Blog readers who are looking for the T.O.U.C.H. picnic:  It is being held on the 25th of September at Wildlife Prairie State Park at Edwards, Illinois!  See you there!

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About reluctantretiree

recent last-minute retiree, husband, father, grandfather, student, technology nerd, fabricator, builder, etc., trying to figure out what to do with the rest of my life.
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One Response to Odds and Ends

  1. Pingback: Garden Reuse: Old Wooden Ladder as a Trellis « Gardening On A Shoe String

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